This week saw the UK release of the latest dual-core smartphone - the Motorola Atrix - that can also act as a nettop computer when combined with a keyboard. We give you the full lowdown in our in-depth review.
We also spent some time testing out the Panasonic Lumix TZ20, the follow up to the TZ10 - the most popular compact camera in 2010. We've also dispelled some myths about the new Beats by Dr. Dre Solo headphones.
Read on for the most popular reviews on TechRadar this week
This week we got our hands on the hugely impressive Samsung Galaxy S2 and the eagerly awaited BlackBerry PlayBook. We also spent some time looking through the lens of the good-looking Leica X1 and tested more Sandy Bridge chips from Intel. Read on for the most popular reviews on TechRadar this week.
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This week's key reviews include the second variant of the iPad 2-- the iPad 2 3G. We've paid special attention to the mobile data capabilities of the new tablet -- you can also check out our other iPad 2 review of course!
Elsewhere, we've looked at Acer's new Aspire One 522 netbook as well as two brand new Sony Ericsson handsets; the long awaited Sony Ericsson Xperia Play (dubbed the PlayStation phone) and the Xperia Arc - one of the finest handsets we've yet clapped our eyes on.
This week's reviews include one of the hottest phones from this year's Mobile World Congress, the HTC Desire S. It's the follow-up to the best-selling HTC Desire, but can it top the highs of the handset it replaces?
We've also fully reviewed Android 3.0, the tablet OS that hopes to conquer the supremacy of iOS as well as the incredibly quick six-core Intel Core i7 990X Extreme Edition.
While most eyes are on the iPad 2 at the moment one analyst at least reckons that Android tablets are set to take the market lead.
And in the OMG PANIC department, news came out that over-reliance on sat navs could cause death. Hopefully some of us will be left alive, though, as the UK government is pressing on with a £50m broadband plan to bring high-speed internet to rural areas.
So if you live in the country, get rid of your sat nav or your dreams of finally getting to watch cats playing the piano on YouTube without the constant buffering may never be realised.
Read on for this week's most popular stories on TechRadar…